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Friday, February 13, 2009

UPB Announces Fall 2008 Deans List

254 Students Named to Dean's List

Two hundred and fifty-four full-time students have been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2008 term at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

To qualify for the dean’s list, full-time students must have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average during the fall semester. Additionally, students must have earned all letter grades and not have any temporary grades.

37 Have Perfect 4.0 Grades
Of those full-time students, 37 have earned a perfect 4.0 grade point averages:

Leslie K. Shallop, a freshman pre-veterinary medicine major, Kaitlin M. Zapel, a freshman human relations major, Charlotte J. Corey, a junior nursing major, Ashley Shade, a junior criminal justice major, Jamie Jean Keane, a senior business management major, Stephanie Lynn Pascarella, a senior psychology and sociology major, Juliane Elizabeth Rees, a senior business management and economics major and Ashley D. Whiteman, a senior nursing major, all from Bradford;


Heather Renee Rochford, a senior psychology major from Portville, N.Y.; Andrea M. Fields, a senior elementary education major and Heidi Kathleen Holjencin, a senior elementary education major, both from Emporium; Olivia Mosier, a senior criminal justice major from Kersey; James R. Urmann, a senior petroleum technology major from Ridgway;

Jessica R. Catalano, a freshman pre-ASN major, Ashley R. Neal, a junior sports medicine major, and Dana M. Betzler, a senior English education 7-12 major, all from St. Marys; Jessica M. Hamilton, a junior writing major from Wilcox; Christopher M. Leonard, a freshman information systems major, and Sarah B. Dwyer, a junior business management major, both from Warren.

Dianna L. Wadlow, a senior psychology major from Eldred; Brittany R. Gorrell, a freshman history-political science and social studies education 7-12 major from Gifford; Brittany A. Winner, a senior business management major from Lewis Run; Melissa L. Bartlein, a senior elementary education major from Mt. Jewett;

Jennifer Louise Snyder, a senior social studies education 7-12 major from Rixford; Nicole M. Dipilato, a sophomore pre-ASN major from Roulette; Ali L. Mertsock, a junior elementary education major, Jessica J. Visseau, a junior English education 7-12 major, and Debra J. Bell, a senior history-political science major, all from Shinglehouse; Marie L. Tarbox, a senior elementary education major from Smethport;

Gino A. Macioce, a sophomore criminal justice major from Verona; Rachel A. McMinn, a sophomore pre-occupational therapy major from Falls Creek; Ruth Denae Carr, a senior human relations major, and Amanda Marie Enright, a senior business management major, both from Titusville.

Jessica L. Bogart, a sophomore accounting major from North East; Curtis Grant Pfleegor, a senior applied mathematics, mathematics education 7-12 and engineering science major from Howard; Jessica N. Smith, a freshman pre-medicine major from Lebanon; and Matthew Lee, a junior accounting and business management major from New Albany.

Other students on the dean’s list include:

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

Good job done by all, congrats!

Anonymous said...

WAY TO GO UPB! WE HAVE A COLLEGE ONLY ABOUT AN HOUR AWAY AND IT PUTS OUT SOME OF THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY. BEATS ED COUNCIL ANY DAY!!!!!

Anonymous said...

YEAH THAT'S A SMART COMPARISON -- UPB VS. THE ED COUNCIL!!!

I TAKE IT YOU DIDN'T GO TO COLLEGE OR AVAIL YOURSELF OF ANY OF THE ED COUNCIL'S PROGRAMS. NOT EVERYONE CAN AFFORD THE $S OR THE TIME TO STUDY AT UPB.

THE ED COUNCIL ACTUALLY PARTNERS WITH UPB TO MAKE MORE OF THE UNIVERSITY'S RESOURCES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE TO POTTER COUNTY RESIDENTS.

FIRST TIME I'VE POSTED IN ALL CAPS, BUT THOUGHT IT WAS APPROPRIATE IN RESPONSE TO THIS COMMENT. IF YOU DON'T LIKE THE ED COUNCIL FOR WHATEVER REASON THAT'S OK, BUT I WOULD SUGGEST MAKING VALID CRITICISM INSTEAD OF BELITTLING EDUCATION RECEIVED FROM THE ED COUNCIL IN SUCH A STUPID FASHION.